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livingroom - film
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test image - tokina 10-17 @ 17 mm canon 500 slr 2 rows of 6 each one at -30 the other at 45 1/10 sec diaphragm 8 ISO 200 just needed to test the difference with the digital AGFA vistaplus iso 200 scanned at 5 mpix. resulted a 16268*8134 pixel image I reduced for conformity with the digital result at 12304*6152 pixel. being the first film I scan, there are plenty of dirt spots and beginners mistakes with the workflow

sorry for the stitching errors :) - being in kind of a hurry to get it done...

it seems I also have moged the tripod during the shot so another set is necesary, and light self-measured.

I still haven;t got the trigger for remote shooting

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Uploaded: 20/01/2013
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